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Other countries should follow Iceland, which has become the first country to make it illegal to pay men more than women, politicians and equal rights campaigners said Wednesday.Iceland has been widely praised for introducing legislation on Jan. 1 that imposes fines on any company or government agency with over 25 staff without a government certificate demonstrating pay equality.Iceland is the world's most gender equal country, according to the World Economic Forum, which analysed gaps in education, health, economic opportunity and political empowerment. Here are some facts about the gender pay gap:
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